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Marcus had completed the latest newsletter which is Peacemaker special. You can download it here:

Marianne de Pierres Newsletter 10.07.2011.

I’ve been deep in edits on Angel Arias (Night Creatures 2) and am having a quick breath before diving down to finish Tara Sharp 3. So apologies if I’ve been a little blog-boring. I have an interesting Super Creatives post for you tomorrow though, and feel free to suggest people you’d like to see interviewed.

I’m speaking at the QUT Alumni tomorrow evening which will be fun and a bit of a break from work, drive kid, sleep.

Webbery news is sparse although I have an upcoming interview at Lyndsey’s Strangemore Blog, and there’s an upcoming review of Peacemaker in Dark Matter fanzine.

With my Burn Bright book tour just around the corner, I thought it was time I put some links up. If you’re in Sydney, Yunyu and I’ll be at Galaxy Books (23rd March, 5.30), Ultimo Library (21st March, 4-5pm) and Kinokuniya (24th March, 6pm).

Following that I’ll be back in Brisbane for a week, visiting libraries. (Look in the sidebar for details). Then back down to Melbourne where events are yet to be confirmed.

And there have been some gratifying reviews for Burn Bright so far, none more than the two at Inside A Dog.

And Marcus has just finished the March newsletter which is a Burn Bright special.

Marianne de Pierres Newsletter 09.03.2011


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Peacemaker - Aurealis Award
Best Science Fiction Novel 2014

Curtin University Distinguished Alumni Award 2014

Transformation Space - Aurealis Award
 Best Science Fiction Novel 2010

Sharp Shooter - Davitt Award
Best Crime Novel 2009 (Sisters in Crime Australia) 





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